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Brookside's second Oklahoma well hits 8500 feet

BROOKSIDE Energy has begun vertical drilling of its Rangers Well, the second of its Oklahoman three-well program.

File photo: Brookside assets onsite its Oklahoma acreage

File photo: Brookside assets onsite its Oklahoma acreage

The vertical drill run hit 8,640 feet depth Tuesday, US time. The surface casing has been set and cemented with a well head and blow out preventer stack in place.  The drill run will continue to...

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